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Question: The UK BBC has released a new version of the educational microcontroller board, micro::bit. It has LEDs and runs an ARM processor and has wireless IOT features. Will Reaper or ReaPlay ever run on it?
Asked by Superblonde.org (174.195.212.x) on October 23 2020, 1:38am
Reply on October 23 2020, 2:25am:
    It appears to use a ARM Cortex-M0 which seems to be a microcontroller and lacks a FPU, so probably not?

  • Posted by Niklas Adam (84.212.108.x) on October 23 2020, 8:42am:
    Reaper runs on Raspberry Pi 4 quite nicely - for Superblonde.org

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